Smart Cloud Meetup | SGInnovate


32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911
Singapore 059911

Smart Cloud Meetup

Presented by SGInnovate



Scaling smart with Cloud: Learnings from successful startups


Join us in this inaugural meetup, jointly organized by Oracle Digital Prime, Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator and in partnership with SGInnovate. Hear from 6 startups from the Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator Programme on how they leveraged cloud technologies to get ahead of competition.

Karthik Subramanian, CTO of Zalora, will also share how Zalora's combination of strategic business approach and cloud technology adoption has helped their business embrace agility and innovation.

Date: Thursday, 7 December 2017
Time: 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Venue: 32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911



5:30 p.m: Registration & Refreshments

6:10 p.m: Welcome Address

6:15 p.m: Hear from 6 Oracle Accelerator Startups:
Hacking the Competition with Cloud Technologies

7:00 p.m: Scaling Up Smart with Cloud:
Learnings from A Successful Startup
Karthik Subramanian, CTO of Zalora


7:30 p.m: Q&A

7:45 p.m: Networking (Food and drinks will be served)


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